John Kerins

John Kerins is a Director in Cain Brother’s Corporate M&A Advisory practice. Mr. Kerins joined Cain Brothers in 2015 with 10+ years of experience in a variety of merger and acquisition, capital raising, and strategic advisory transactions. Mr. Kerins’ notable transactions since joining Cain Brothers include the minority recapitalization of RedCard by Parthenon Capital Partners, the sale of iCardiac Technologies to ERT, the recapitalization of Steward Health Care System with Medical Properties Trust, the sale of Onlife to Guidewell, Morgan Stanley Capital Partners’ acquisition of Clarity, advising Premier Healthcare Exchange and Pay-Plus Solutions on their merger with Stratose, and BioScrip’s PIPE offering to Coliseum Capital Management. Prior to joining Cain Brothers, Mr. Kerins was a Vice President at Deloitte Corporate Finance LLC, where he focused on mergers, acquisitions, and fairness opinions across a variety of sectors. Mr. Kerins’ prior experience also includes working for McMaster-Carr Supply Company, a privately held distributor, in a variety of management capacities, including operations and sales management. Mr. Kerins earned a BA in Political Science from Kenyon College and an MBA from Fordham University.

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